Dads in Parks was created by Jamie Kaler and Jason Sereno after Sereno appeared on Kaler’s Sirius radio show in 2015 and they talked about the real-life conversations comedian dads had at the local park. The rest, as they say, is history. Subscribe on YouTube to see new episodes of Dads In Parks with your favorite fathers from TV, film and standup as they’re released.

JAMIE KALER (twitter, facebook)

JAMIE KALER is a Navy veteran and was a cast member on ‘My Boys’ for four seasons. He also hosts ‘America: Fact vs Fiction’ on the American Heroes Channel and has guest-starred on nearly every TV show imaginable, including; Renegade: The Series, Saved by the Bell: The New Class, Friends, Will and Grace, JAG, Arrested Development, That 70s Show, How I Met Your Mother, Robot Chicken, Parenthood, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Austin and Ally, Return of the Mac, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend & Heathers on MTV. Jamie is the host of Father Time, a podcast that gives parenting advice to those in need. Guests include; Joel McHale, Jason Alexander, Joel Murray, David Koechner, Richard Marx, The Sklar Brothers, Jimmy Pardo & Rory Scovel.


JASON SERENO (twitter, facebook)

JASON SERENO is a writer/director/producer and the much-younger co-creator of Dads In Parks. He began his career 12 years ago as an online comedy pioneer and published more than 50 front-page sketches, including exclusive series, to FunnyOrDie.com. Jason’s YouTube channel has earned 75 million+ views and been featured on CNN, ABC, Fox Sports, MSNBC, Yahoo!, Wimp, UniLad and dozens of syndicated programs around the world. In addition to comedy, he’s produced a prolific amount of branded content ranging from traditional TV spots to longform documentaries, and appeared as himself on shows such as Bar Rescue, 1000 Ways to Die and SportsCenter’s Top-Ten Plays. His most recent film, My Rise and Fall: The Jebediah Jacobs Story is now available on Amazon Prime.

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